Taiwan-based Uni Air (B7), a subsidiary of Eva Air, took delivery of its first of 10 new ATR 72-600s, the first -600 in Asia.
Uni Air ATR 72-600. Courtesy photo Taiwan-based Uni Air (B7), a subsidiary of Eva Air, took delivery of its first of 10 new ATR 72-600s, the first -600 in Asia (ATW Daily News, Sept. 12, 2011). The regional carrier said it will use the new aircraft to progressively replace existing Dash-8-300s, adding more seats and launching new routes and frequencies. The aircraft is expected to enter into service Oct. 11 on the Taipei Song Shan (TSA)-Taitung service. From Oct. 13, the aircraft ...
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